AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Robert Koehler (1850 – 1917)

Posted by Suzay Lamb on June 29, 2009


The StrikeThe Strike

The SocialistThe Socialist

First Snow In Minnesota

In The Park

The Old Sewing Machine

Rainy Evening On Hennepin Avenue

Alvina Roosen

3 Responses to “Robert Koehler (1850 – 1917)”

  1. [...] for twenty-two years, Koehler created a number of paintings that portrayed urban workers. His 1885, The Socialist, is the earliest known portrait of a working-class political agitator. Between the years 1878-1890, [...]

  2. Hamaide Frédéric said

    Hello,
    I work for a museum in France and prepare a permanent exhibition. I’d like to introduce to the public these two pictures of R Koehler, within this exhibition.
    I would like to know if you can provide me with copies high definition of these pictures and if you are authorized to negotiate rights d ‘utilisation? so yes, could you give me a quote for the provision of these two pictures in high definition and their use in the frame of a permanent exhibition in a museum?
    thanks a lot
    Frédéric Hamaide
    écomusée de l’avesnois
    France

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